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Dot (Character)
from "American Playhouse" (1981)

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  1. "Broadway: The American Musical"
        - Putting It Together: 1980-Present (2004) TV episode, Played by Bernadette Peters

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From "American Playhouse: Sunday in the Park with George (#5.19)" (1986)
Dot: Yes, George, run to your work. Hide behind your painting. I have come to tell you I am leaving because I thought you might care to know. Foolish of me, because you care about nothing.
Georges Seurat: I care about many things.
Dot: Things, not people.
Georges Seurat: People too. I cannot divide my feelings up as neatly as you, and I am not hiding behind my canvas, I am living in it!
Dot: What you care for is yourself.
Georges Seurat: I care for this painting. You will be in this painting.
Dot: I am something you can use.
Georges Seurat: I had thought you understood...
Dot: It's because I understand that I left, that I am leaving.
Georges Seurat: Well, there's nothing I can say, is there?
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